Clonmel is a town about 100 km from where I live in Ireland:

Supposedly this Clonmel Castle is an exact duplicate of the one inherited by William Henry Barrett back in the Clonmel District, Ireland. Barrett was reading The Star classified section back in 1926, and discovered some solicitors from Great Britain were looking for him. He sold the Irish estate and had local artisans and tradespeople duplicate it here in Dover. The landscape feels very Irish, anyway. Start a writers workshop retreat there and we will have a parallel universe. We can also eat corn flakes at the same time each morning.

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